Footprints Matter
Northern Pinal County Superstition Foothills Environmental Stewardship

2018 - Another successful volunteer event
 Footprints Matter to Us teamed up with Natural Restorations again for the 
9th Annual Footprints Matter to Us Environmental Stewardship Event
 on Saturday, January 20th, 2018.

We had two entirely different cleanup sites going at the same time. Volunteers worked on Tonto National Forest Land at Hewitt Station to remove 11.11 tons of trash. And volunteers worked on Arizona State Trust Land between Gold Canyon and Queen Valley to remove 7.02 tons of trash. 
238 volunteers came out to remove 18.12 tons of trash illegally dumped or left behind by people recreating in the area, including irresponsible target shooters; that's 36,240 pounds of trash no longer littering our state!
For the 9th year, members from the Gold Canyon Lions Club, brave the early morning cool and beautiful sunrises to help with registration 
Our Success is because
 of all of you
Thanks to our partners at Natural Restorations for stepping up and joining forces in cleaning up our backyard
More photos of this event can be found at:
January 20 - 2018